Hi, i am wondering if UE4 is usable for a one man team, because i’m not really ready for a team yet. The reason i’m not ready for a team yet, is because i don’t think i’m skilled enough.
I am coming from Unity, and it is really good because it supports C# which is the language i use, i know C# is not supported in UE4 unless you use a wrapper.
Anyway, here’s my questions:
1). Would UE4 be suitable for a one man team(Myself)?
2). Since i can’t use C# for creating gameplay, should i learn C++? (I don’t like visual scripting, i feel more comfortable with code. So Blueprints might not be the best for me)
3). I’m coming from Unity 3D because i would like to try something new, and i have been using Unity for many years. I am going to move from Unity 3D to UE4 if it suits my needs, so would it be a good idea to start learning UE4 even though i am alone?
4). If i should learn C++(Obviously i don’t have any choice, as i don’t like visual scripting), do you have any great online course in mind, or a video series? Because i’m sure i learn best from videos, whenever i tried a book i always got bored.
UE4 looks really good, so i really hope this is something.
(I tried to learn C++ before, and it was complicated, but that was when i didn’t have experience in any programming language. But now i have some experience in C# so it looks familiar, and it might be easier to learn, but getting used to the things that is being automated in C# but where you have to manually do it in C++ is going to be a pain in the *** for me to learn. Oh and i want to be a Game/Software Developer in the future, so it might be a good idea to learn C++ too i guess. Right now i know some Procedural PHP, Object Oriented PHP, and C#. I would say my experience in C# is close to Intermediate.)
(Began to get experience with programming after a few years of using Unity 3D, which was the first game engine i used.)
(I’m 17, but 18 in 2015)
I think that’s everything
PS. Sorry if there is spelling errors, it is really late and i’m tired